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"OP HAIRSY"
Chris Holloway


  • Project Space 613 Allen Street Austin, TX, 78702 United States (map)

Hand Painting hair creates lines to form something new.  Holloway uses collage elements to paint something not seen in nature.

Optical illusion, double imagery, pattern, surrealism, and hair are major influences Holloway uses in this series of collage and the hand painted mural at Co-Lab.

About Chris Holloway:
Chris Holloway received his fine arts degree from Texas State University, San Marcos.  Born and raised in San Antonio, Texas,  he has been a proud resident of Austin since 1998 and has been an active member of the artistic community.   His work has been shown in numerous local galleries and featured in the annual East Austin Studio Tour for the past 7 years.  Working under Muralist/Artist Doug Jaques in the year 2000 encouraged Holloway to keep painting large scale murals.  Starting while in college in 2003, Holloway worked for a special events company (painting scenic backdrops, faux finishing and fabricating props) and continued working there until 2009.  Between 2006 and 2011 Holloway has been creating art and showing in galleries in Austin. Also in 2011 Holloway created Fuzzy Popsycle- a hand made media company specializing in hand painted murals, signs, ads, screen printing and custom furnishings. Fuzzy Popsycle is the Samsung Beautification Winner of 2012 presented by Keep Austin Beautiful. 

Etymology—Wikipedia
The term heresy is from Greek Œ±·ºµœÅŒµœÉŒπœÇ originally meant “choice” or “thing chosen”[5], but it came to mean the “party or school of a man’s choice”[6] and also referred to that process whereby a young person would examine various philosophies to determine how to live. The word “heresy” is usually used within a Christian, Jewish, or Islamic context, and implies slightly different meanings in each. The founder or leader of a heretical movement is called a heresiarch, while individuals who espouse heresy or commit heresy are known as heretics. Heresiology is the study of heresy.